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George V silver mug Sheffield 1924, George
© EWBANK CLARKE GAMMON WELLERS, Woking, Surrey, UK

George V silver mug Sheffield 1924, George V silver egg cup, napkin ring and spoon, Sheffield 1921, silver teaspoon Sheffield 1923 and a silver baby spoon... [this item is NOT for sale]


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